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From: "Douglas Richardson " <>
Subject: Re: Time for a group hug
Date: 28 Jul 2005 23:02:49 -0700
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My comment is interspersed below.
"Leo van de Pas" wrote:
> Dearest Douglas,
> To have effective co-operation and an collegial atmosphere we should rush
> with the knowledge we have from primary sources, it does not help to say
> _look it up yourself, if I in Salt Lake City can find it so should you in
> Australia_ Co-operation and respect is a two way street.
> Leo van de Pas
> Canberra, Australia
So why aren't you posting any primary records on Sir Richard de Lucy
and his wife, Rohese of Boulogne? If this is a two way street, you
should be posting your share, too. That's only fair, Leo.
Best always, Douglas Richardson, Salt Lake City, Utah